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Press Release 2001

June 29, 2001 - San Rafael, California. OnWOW, Inc. a wireless software company released its OEM Licensing Pack for 2BPaged two-way paging middleware and SDK.

2BPaged is used to build two-way paging support in applications. 2BPaged fully supports two-way pager features including being able to initiate requests from two-way pagers. Applications can register themselves with 2BPaged server to be notified of in-bound requests and replies. Applications can also use 2BPaged SDK to utilize services such as messaging, and administration. 2BPaged communicates with paging carriers, and implements the WCTP protocol.

Software developers use 2BPaged SDK to quickly build full two-way paging support in their applications. With the OEM Pack they license 2BPaged server for distribution as part of their solutions. The OEM Pack includes a distribution license for 2BPaged server, an internal-use license for 2BPaged and SDK, technical support services, and update services. The OEM Pack is a cost effective way for software developers and solution providers to fully support two-way pagers in a timely fashion without having to go through a full development cycle.

2BPaged, and OnWOW are trademarks and service marks of OnWOW, Inc. Copyright 2001 OnWOW, Inc.

Contact:

Frank Sarabi
Email: franks@onwow.com
Tel: 1-415-845-6108

 

 
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